What We Did
Fancy a local brew?
Hart Family Brewers in Wellingborough are enjoying an excellent first year, having won awards and gained an enviable reputation for full flavoured beers. The Admiral Design and Print team has been busy preparing beer labels, stationery, forms, leaflets, posters and pump clips amongst other items for them.
Admiral’s latest pump clip design features local heroine Hannah Sparke, Landlady of an Ale House in 1738. Hannah helped save lives and buildings during the Great Fire of Wellingborough. It is reported that in order to save her house and many more, she reputedly rallied servants and nearby inhabitants to bring up all the beer and ale from her cellar and using beer-soaked blankets thrown onto the thatch, they managed to save the house!
Rob Hart says “This commemorative, one-off brew is an old fashioned brown beer reminiscent of the hearty brews produced in England in the Georgian period, the challenge will be to come up with a flavour that befits the time, place and event. We worked closely with Admiral’s design team to produce some point of sale that evoked the period, the incident itself as well as communicating the key elements of the beer. We’re delighted with the results and the speedy and efficient manner of the turnaround”
See www.hartfamilybrewers.com to see the range of beers on offer or pop into their charming brewery (built in 1883) and take in the brewing process, and maybe a sample or two!
Cheers for now.
We’re delighted with the results and the speedy and efficient manner of the turnaround
Rob Hart, Hart Family Brewers